HEALTH FAIR: Nursing students from Azusa Pacific University joined forces with Hunter Harbor, Celebrate Recovery, San Bernardino County Fire Captain Ben Van Wyk and county representatives to host a health fair last Saturday at the Lucerne Valley Market and Hardware Store. Pictured (not in order), Jessica Tyfano, Erica Mendez, Krystale Pace, Rachael Morrell, Tristin Lannerd, Janel Williams, Jessica Delaby, Casie Salas, Jody Hernandez, Ariana Saenz, April Fibrow and Kyle Shaules. PETER DAY / THE LEADER
By HOLLY SOSA
Brace yourselves for this, folks. Because it packs big flavor and your taste buds are in for an experience.
My mouth is watering as I type this because this roast is that melt in your mouth good. It’s also about as easy as it can get. Not good in the kitchen? Not a problem with this recipe. As long as you can operate a can opener to open a can of Campbell’s Soup and know how to turn on a slow cooker, you’ll be able to impress even the most sophisticated of palates.
The toy sign up location has been changed from the Lucerne Valley Chamber of Commerce to the Lucerne Valley Senior Center.
The Senior Center is located behind the library at 10431 Allen Way.
The sign up location at Lucerne Valley Elementary School remains the same.
You must be a current resident of Lucerne Valley. Also needed is current proof of residency. It is required. No proof, no toys.
Sign up is from Dec. 2 until Dec. 18. No exceptions.
The Leader publishes the names of those who are arrested in Lucerne Valley as well as Lucerne Valley residents who are arrested elsewhere in San Bernardino County, along with the reason for their arrest. All information comes from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.
DRUG POSSESSION: On Oct. 30 at 12:45 a.m. in the area of Highway 18 and Ottawa, Joshua Michael Jules, 28, of Lucerne Valley was arrested on charges of methamphetamine possession and statutory rape. He was booked into the High Desert Detention Center and held without bail.
Five burglaries and one theft were reported in Lucerne Valley from Oct. 30 through Nov. 3, according to information obtained from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.
• A burglary was reported in the area of Ladera Avenue and Old Woman Springs Road on Sunday, Nov. 2 at 9:01 a.m.
• A vehicle burglary was reported in the 33900 block of Old Woman Springs Road on Friday, Oct. 31 at 4:48 p.m.
By PETER DAY
LUCERNE VALLEY • A number of Lucerne Valley property owners and others from neighboring communities are uniting to voice concerns on the draft Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan.
Many of them shared their thoughts at a Oct. 29 meeting in Victorville, which was held to present document specifics and allow public comment.
RIBBON CUTTING: Honorary Mayor Lyle Thomas ceremoniously cuts the ribbon as former Honorary Mayor Woody Hart, left, and Lucerne Valley Chamber President Lorane Abercrombie, right, hold the ribbon during the recent grand opening of Rock’s Place. Owners Rock Griffith and Michelle Stevens (in doorway) look on. Peter Day / The Leader
A ceremonious Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting ceremony turned into one of the town’s most festive events of recent.
Students from Lucerne Valley Middle School, families and friends gathered for the “Boot Scoot and Boogie” fundraiser last Saturday night at Lazy Lizard Ranch. The well attended event raised money for a group of students to attend the annual trip to Washington, D.C. next spring. Left, a dance instructor teaches some new steps. Peter Day / The Leader
Tuesday, November 4
9:36 a.m. A warrant was served in the 10300 block of Lima Road.
9:21 a.m. A warrant was served in the 10400 block of Cody Avenue.
9:05 a.m. A warrant was served in the 38100 block of East End Road.
Monday, November 3
4:23 p.m. An arrest was made in the 32500 block of Laramie Street.
10:49 a.m. A theft was reported in the 31700 block of State Highway 18.
10:01 a.m. An arrest was made in the 31100 block of Sutter Road.